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Caltrans said it will know within two weeks whether or not the compromised bolts on the Bay Bridge will delay the opening for the eastern span. And of course there are political considerations.
San Francisco’s Fire Department is asking the Board of Supervisors to spend another $4 million on them in overtime pay this fiscal year, even though they’ve already spent the $38 million allowed by the budget.
The manhunt for one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects has a city of over a million people on a citywide lockdown and is prompting discussion on San Francisco authorities would handle a similar situation.
The San Francisco Police Department is increasingly using social media and online resources to help solve cases.
Former lieutenant governor Abel Maldonado, a republican from Santa Maria, formed a campaign committee on Thursday—which allows him to raise money for the 2014 gubernatorial election, challenging Gov. Jerry Brown.
The Oakland Unified School District voted 4-3 to close American Indian Model Schools, Wednesday night, despite pleas from parents and students who find its strict teaching and disciplinary style very effective.
People living in one San Francisco neighborhood were surprised when they recently learned that a new concert venue is going up near their homes as part of the America’s Cup festivities.
Transportation planners are moving forward on the first phase of a major regional project to create a network of express lanes along Bay Area highways.
BART is considering rebuilding and expanding the Embarcadero and Montgomery St. stations in downtown San Francisco.
California law enforcement officials said that close to 20,000 registered gun owners in the state are not supposed to have guns, but they still do.